The Exchange 2013 coexistence article series index page | 0#23 5/5 (1)

This is the index page that will enable you to find your way around the maze of the Exchange 2013 coexistence article series.
Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and client protocol connectivity flow | The prefix

Part 01#23


Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and client protocol connectivity flow | The prefix

An introduction to the subject of Exchange 2013 coexistence environment beginning with reviewing basic terms such as: “Exchange coexistence”, the reasons for implementing Exchange 2013 coexistence environment, the reasons behind the need for learning about the infrastructure of Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and more.
The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

Part 02#23

The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

This article is the first article of two articles about the subject of Exchange CAS 2013 role in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment.
In an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment, the Exchange CAS 2013 plays a very essential and central role.
For the reasons, it is necessary to learn about the purpose of the Exchange CAS 2013 and, how does he interact with the Exchange clients and the rest of the Exchange infrastructure.
The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

Part 03#23

The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

This article is the second article of two articles about the subject of Exchange CAS 2013 role in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment.
In  this article, we review the Exchange CAS 2013 and his interactions with the: Exchange clients in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and, the “back-end Exchange infrastructure” that hosts the Exchange client’s mailboxes.
Exchange CAS server | Proxy versus redirection

Part 04#23

Exchange CAS server | Proxy versus redirection

When relating to the subject of client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment, the terms: “Proxy” and “Redirect” appear very frequently.
The amusing thing is that, most of the time, these terms are not clear at all.
The current article is dedicated to explaining and highlighting these basic terms and their meaning in the Exchange environment.
Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

Part 05#23

Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

The client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment is “Happens” in two main environments: the internal Exchange network and the public Exchange environment.
This article is dedicated for explaining and highlighting basic terms and charters of the “Exchange public environment”.
Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

Part 06#23

Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

This article is the first article of two articles about the subject of: “Exchange web services in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment”.
In this article, we will review the specific charters of the Exchange web service, the client protocol connectivity flow and the structure of the Exchange web service.
Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

Part 07#23

Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

This article is the second article of two articles about the subject of: “Exchange web services in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment”.
In this article, we will continue to review the specific charters of the Exchange web service, the client protocol connectivity flow and the structure of the Exchange web service.
Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and the Exchange legacy infrastructure

Part 08#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and the Exchange legacy infrastructure

In a scenario of Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and especially in a scenario of Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment, the term “legacy” is mentioned very often.
And as usual, most of the time it is not so clear what is the exact meaning of this term. In the current article, we review the concept of the term “legacy” in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment.
The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2007 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

Part 09#23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2007 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

The amount of tasks and assignments, when implementing a project of: “Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” could be quite huge.
For this reason, it’s very crucial to prepare respectively by creating a clear task list.
In this article, we will review these tasks” in a project of “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment” and, review how to implement some of the tasks that relate to the Exchange CAS 2007 URL address by using PowerShell.
The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2010 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

Part 10#23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2010 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

The amount of tasks and assignments, when implementing a project of: “Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” could be quite huge.
For this reason, it’s very crucial to prepare respectively by creating a clear task list.
In this article, we will review these tasks” in a project of “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment” and, review how to implement some of the tasks that relate to the Exchange CAS 2010 URL address by using PowerShell.
Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 1/2 

Part 11#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 1/2

This article is the first article of two articles on the subject of: “Exchange Autodiscover service” which deal with a basic introduction of the “different components” of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.
The Exchange Autodiscover service serves as an infrastructure and the basis for almost all the rest of the Exchange services and components.
For this reason, it’s crucial that we will get familiar with the charts of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.
Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 2/2

Part 12#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 2/2

This article is the second article of two articles about the subject of: “Exchange Autodiscover service” which deal with a basic introduction of the “different components” of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.
The Exchange Autodiscover service serves as an infrastructure and the basis for almost all the rest of the Exchange services and components.
For this reason, it’s crucial that we will get familiar with the charts of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.
Basic concepts of Outlook connectivity in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2    

Part 13#23

Basic concepts of Outlook connectivity in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

This article is the first article of two articles about the subject of: “Outlook client in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” in which we will review the components of the Outlook infrastructure such as: RPC Endpoint, the protocol that Exchange server support when communicating with Outlook client and much more.
The Outlook client, is maybe the most “famous and prominent” Exchange client.
The outcome is that we will need to be familiar with the characters of the Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment. Additionally, Exchange CAS 2013 architecture includes some Revolutionary changes that related to the relationships of Exchange CAS server and the Outlook client.
Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and Outlook infrastructure | Part 2/2 

Part 14#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and Outlook infrastructure | Part 2/2

The current article, is the second article of two articles about the subject of: “Outlook client in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” in which we will continue to review the components of the Outlook infrastructure such as: RPC Endpoint, the protocol that Exchange server support when communicating with Outlook client and much more.
Outlook client is maybe the most “famous and prominent” Exchange client. The outcome is that we will need to be familiar with the characters of the Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment. Additionally, Exchange CAS 2013 architecture includes some Revolutionary changes that related to the relationships of Exchange CAS server and the Outlook client.
Manage legacy Exchange URL address using a PowerShell script

Part 15#23

Manage legacy Exchange URL address using a PowerShell script

The amount of the updates that we need to be implemented in a scenario of: Exchange 2013 coexistence environment or in a scenario of complex Exchange infrastructure (multiple servers, multiple Exchange sites, etc.) can be quite confusing.
To be able to simplify and automate the task that relates to the required updates of URL address and host names in the legacy Exchange infrastructure, I have prepared for you a nice PowerShell script that can help us with this task.

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

Part 16#23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

The first article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”.
The first article will deal with a basic introduction of the specific characters of Exchange 2013\2007 coexistence environment.
Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 2/4

Part 17#23

Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 2/4

The second article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
Autodiscover Exchange 2007 clients and Outlook Exchange 2007 clients in an Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment.
OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 3/4

Part 18#23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 3/4

The third article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
OWA Exchange 2007 clients in an Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment.
 ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 4/4

Part 19#23

ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 4/4

The fourth article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
ActiveSync (mobile) + Exchange web service Exchange 2007 clients, in an Exchange 2013\2007 coexistence environment.

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4 

Part 20#23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

The first article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”.The first article will deal with a basic introduction of the specific characters of Exchange 2013\2010 coexistence environment.
Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 2/4

Part 21#23

Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 2/4

 The second article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
Autodiscover Exchange 2010 clients and Outlook Exchange 2010 clients in an Exchange 2013/2010coexistence environment.
OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 3/4

Part 22#23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 3/4

 The third article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
OWA Exchange 2010 clients in an Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment.
ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 4/4

Part 23#23


ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 4/4

The fourth article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
ActiveSync (mobile) + Exchange web service Exchange 2010 clients, in an Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment.

 

 

Exchange 2013 coexistence | Article series index

The Exchange 2013 coexistence article series index page

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Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and client protocol connectivity flow | The prefix

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The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

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The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

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Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

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Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

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Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

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Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

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Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and the Exchange legacy infrastructure

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The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2007 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

9/23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2010 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

10/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 1/2

11/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 2/2

12/23

Basic concepts of Outlook connectivity in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

13/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and Outlook infrastructure | Part 2/2

14/23

Manage legacy Exchange URL address using a PowerShell script

15/23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

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Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 2/4

17/23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 3/4

18/23

ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 4/4

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Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

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Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 2/4

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OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 3/4

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ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 4/4

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Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and client protocol connectivity flow | The prefix

Part 01#23


Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and client protocol connectivity flow | The prefix

An introduction to the subject of Exchange 2013 coexistence environment beginning with reviewing basic terms such as: “Exchange coexistence”, the reasons for implementing Exchange 2013 coexistence environment, the reasons behind the need for learning about the infrastructure of Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and more.The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

Part 02#23

The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

This article is the first article of two articles about the subject of Exchange CAS 2013 role in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment.
In an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment, the Exchange CAS 2013 plays a very essential and central role.
For the reasons, it is necessary to learn about the purpose of the Exchange CAS 2013 and, how does he interact with the Exchange clients and the rest of the Exchange infrastructure.The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

Part 03#23

The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2This article is the second article of two articles about the subject of Exchange CAS 2013 role in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment.
In  this article, we review the Exchange CAS 2013 and his interactions with the: Exchange clients in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and, the “back-end Exchange infrastructure” that hosts the Exchange client’s mailboxes.Exchange CAS server | Proxy versus redirection

Part 04#23

Exchange CAS server | Proxy versus redirection When relating to the subject of client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment, the terms: “Proxy” and “Redirect” appear very frequently.
The amusing thing is that, most of the time, these terms are not clear at all.
The current article is dedicated to explaining and highlighting these basic terms and their meaning in the Exchange environment.Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

Part 05#23

Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site The client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment is “Happens” in two main environments: the internal Exchange network and the public Exchange environment.
This article is dedicated for explaining and highlighting basic terms and charters of the “Exchange public environment”.Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

Part 06#23

Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2This article is the first article of two articles about the subject of: “Exchange web services in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment”.
In this article, we will review the specific charters of the Exchange web service, the client protocol connectivity flow and the structure of the Exchange web service.Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

Part 07#23

Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2This article is the second article of two articles about the subject of: “Exchange web services in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment”.
In this article, we will continue to review the specific charters of the Exchange web service, the client protocol connectivity flow and the structure of the Exchange web service.Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and the Exchange legacy infrastructure

Part 08#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and the Exchange legacy infrastructureIn a scenario of Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and especially in a scenario of Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment, the term “legacy” is mentioned very often.
And as usual, most of the time it is not so clear what is the exact meaning of this term. In the current article, we review the concept of the term “legacy” in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment.The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2007 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

Part 09#23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2007 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

The amount of tasks and assignments, when implementing a project of: “Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” could be quite huge.
For this reason, it’s very crucial to prepare respectively by creating a clear task list.
In this article, we will review these tasks” in a project of “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment” and, review how to implement some of the tasks that relate to the Exchange CAS 2007 URL address by using PowerShell.The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2010 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

Part 10#23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2010 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistenceThe amount of tasks and assignments, when implementing a project of: “Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” could be quite huge.
For this reason, it’s very crucial to prepare respectively by creating a clear task list.
In this article, we will review these tasks” in a project of “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment” and, review how to implement some of the tasks that relate to the Exchange CAS 2010 URL address by using PowerShell.Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 1/2 

Part 11#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 1/2

This article is the first article of two articles on the subject of: “Exchange Autodiscover service” which deal with a basic introduction of the “different components” of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.
The Exchange Autodiscover service serves as an infrastructure and the basis for almost all the rest of the Exchange services and components.
For this reason, it’s crucial that we will get familiar with the charts of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 2/2

Part 12#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 2/2This article is the second article of two articles about the subject of: “Exchange Autodiscover service” which deal with a basic introduction of the “different components” of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.
The Exchange Autodiscover service serves as an infrastructure and the basis for almost all the rest of the Exchange services and components.
For this reason, it’s crucial that we will get familiar with the charts of the Exchange Autodiscover infrastructure.Basic concepts of Outlook connectivity in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2    

Part 13#23

Basic concepts of Outlook connectivity in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2    This article is the first article of two articles about the subject of: “Outlook client in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” in which we will review the components of the Outlook infrastructure such as: RPC Endpoint, the protocol that Exchange server support when communicating with Outlook client and much more.
The Outlook client is maybe the most “famous and prominent” Exchange client.
The outcome is that we will need to be familiar with the characters of the Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment. Additionally, Exchange CAS 2013 architecture includes some Revolutionary changes that related to the relationships of Exchange CAS server and the Outlook client.Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and Outlook infrastructure | Part 2/2 

Part 14#23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and Outlook infrastructure | Part 2/2  The current article, is the second article of two articles about the subject of: “Outlook client in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment” in which we will continue to review the components of the Outlook infrastructure such as: RPC Endpoint, the protocol that Exchange server support when communicating with Outlook client and much more.
Outlook client is maybe the most “famous and prominent” Exchange client. The outcome is that we will need to be familiar with the characters of the Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment. Additionally, Exchange CAS 2013 architecture includes some Revolutionary changes that related to the relationships of Exchange CAS server and the Outlook client.Manage legacy Exchange URL address using a PowerShell script

Part 15#23

Manage legacy Exchange URL address using a PowerShell scriptThe amount of the updates that we need to be implemented in a scenario of: Exchange 2013 coexistence environment or in a scenario of complex Exchange infrastructure (multiple servers, multiple Exchange sites, etc.) can be quite confusing.
To be able to simplify and automate the task that relates to the required updates of URL address and host names in the legacy Exchange infrastructure, I have prepared for you a nice PowerShell script that can help us with this task.

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

Part 16#23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

The first article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”.
The first article will deal with a basic introduction of the specific characters of Exchange 2013\2007 coexistence environment.
Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 2/4

Part 17#23

Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 2/4

The second article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
Autodiscover Exchange 2007 clients and Outlook Exchange 2007 clients in an Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment.
OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 3/4

Part 18#23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 3/4

The third article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
OWA Exchange 2007 clients in an Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment.
 ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 4/4

Part 19#23

ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 4/4

The fourth article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
ActiveSync (mobile) + Exchange web service Exchange 2007 clients, in an Exchange 2013\2007 coexistence environment.

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4 

Part 20#23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

The first article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”.The first article will deal with a basic introduction of the specific characters of Exchange 2013\2010 coexistence environment.
Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 2/4

Part 21#23

Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 2/4

 The second article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
Autodiscover Exchange 2010 clients and Outlook Exchange 2010 clients in an Exchange 2013/2010coexistence environment.
OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 3/4

Part 22#23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 3/4

 The third article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
OWA Exchange 2010 clients in an Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment.
ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 4/4

Part 23#23


ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 4/4

The fourth article of four articles series, on the subject of: “Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment and mail client protocol connectivity flow”. In this article, we will review the client protocol connectivity flow of:
ActiveSync (mobile) + Exchange web service Exchange 2010 clients, in an Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment.

Exchange 2013 coexistence | Article series index

The Exchange 2013 coexistence article series index page

0/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and client protocol connectivity flow | The prefix

1/23

The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

2/23

The importance of Exchange 2013 CAS in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

3/23

Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

4/23

Exchange Public infrastructure | Public versus non Public facing Exchange site

5/23

Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

6/23

Exchange web services in an Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 2/2

7/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and the Exchange legacy infrastructure

8/23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2007 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

9/23

The checklist for preparing your Exchange 2010 infrastructure for Exchange 2013 coexistence

10/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 1/2

11/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Autodiscover infrastructure | Part 2/2

12/23

Basic concepts of Outlook connectivity in Exchange 2013 coexistence environment | Part 1/2

13/23

Exchange 2013 coexistence environment and Outlook infrastructure | Part 2/2

14/23

Manage legacy Exchange URL address using a PowerShell script

15/23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

16/23

Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 2/4

17/23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 3/4

18/23

ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2007 coexistence environment | 4/4

19/23

Client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | Introduction and basic concepts| 1/4

20/23

Autodiscover and Outlook client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 2/4

21/23

OWA client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 3/4

22/23

ActiveSync and Exchange web service client protocol connectivity flow in Exchange 2013/2010 coexistence environment | 4/4

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